It’s no surprise that nature-based themes have dominated the runways for Spring Summer 2020. With the spotlight turned to climate change and the fashion industry’s growing concern regarding its carbon footprint, influential print and pattern trends have featured floral gardens, wild jungles, forests and oceans at New York, London, Paris and Milan Fashion Week.
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From abstract palm leaf motifs to vivid blooms, designer’s Valentino, Erdem, and D&G did it best, with Versace taking a leaf out of J. Lo’s book by recreating her acclaimed “naked dress” from the 2000 Grammy Awards at Milan Fashion Week. Opening Paris Fashion Week, Christian Dior lined the runway with an avenue of trees totalling 164, which were replanted following the show.
Designers who featured the theme include Erdem, Carolina Herrera, Simone Rocha, Tory Burch, Paco Rabanne, Max Mara, Dries Van Noten and Marni. While the Northern hemisphere ramps up for Spring and we enjoy long sun-soaked Summer days, stay in style with the best in luxury, designer and vintage pre-owned fashion at the Changing Room.